WALLINGFORD came from behind to beat third-placed Thatcham 15-10 away from home in Southern Counties North.

The visitors trailed 10-3 at the break, Jackson Sayce kicking a penalty.

The Wallingford fly-half then landed four penalties in the second half to secure victory.

Gosford All Blacks were beaten 44-15 at home to Windsor.

LITTLEMORE battled back to earn a 25-21 victory at Wheatley in the BB&O Premier.

An Aaron Laman penalty put the hosts in front, but the visitors replied through Aaron Ward’s try.

Two Laman penalties saw Wheatley make it 9-5.

The hosts had Joe Taylor sent to the sin-bin, but led 21-5 at the break as Jack Taylor and Jack Atkinson crossed, Laman converting the first.

Littlemore responded and Luke Ward crossed, Jonny Gerrard converting, to reduce the arrears.

It was soon 21-17 as Jamie Kirkaldy dived over, before Jack Taylor was sin-binned for Wheatley.

Ben Symington crashed over to put Littlemore a point in front, before a 75th-minute Gerrard penalty sealed the win.

Didcot lost 6-5 at home to Crowthorne, while Abingdon were beaten 73-12 by Tadley.

In the Championship, leaders Oxford triumphed 65-12 over Chipping Norton.

Ali Gibb impressed again in crossing four times.

Thom Murton, Josh Jelfs, Ryan Walsh, Tom Veccione, Josh Morris and Myles Everrett also went over.

Murton converted six of the ten tries as Oxford ran riot at North Hinksey.

Harwell recorded a 59-3 win over Faringdon.